Tmux/plugins/resurrect

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tmux-resurrect is a plugin that restore tmux environment after system restart.

Important
tmux-resurrect can only be downloaded via github now. Requirements: tmux version 1.9 or higher.

Installation

Installation with TPM

1. Add plugin to the list of TPM plugins in .tmux.conf:

user $set -g @plugin 'tmux-plugins/tmux-resurrect'

2. Hit prefix + I to Install.

Manual installation

1. Clone the repo:

user $mkdir -p ~/.tmux/plugins

2. Add the line to the bottom of .tmux.conf:

user $run-shell ~/clone/path/resurrect.tmux

3. Reload TMUX environment.

user $tmux source-file ~/.tmux.conf

Configuration

Default configuration

Only a conservative list of programs is restored by default:

CODE restored by default
vi vim nvim emacs man less more tail top htop irssi weechat mutt

Self configuration

FILE ~/.tmux.confConfiguration
# Example restoring additional programs:
set -g @resurrect-processes 'ssh psql mysql sqlite3'

# Programs with arguments should be double quoted:
set -g @resurrect-processes 'some_program "git log"'

# Start with tilde to restore a program whose process contains target name:
set -g @resurrect-processes 'irb pry "~rails server" "~rails console"'

# Use -> to specify a command to be used when restoring a program (useful if the default restore command fails ):
set -g @resurrect-processes 'some_program "grunt->grunt development"'

# Don't restore any programs:
set -g @resurrect-processes 'false'

# Restore all programs (be careful with this!):
set -g @resurrect-processes ':all:'

Usage

Default key binings:

  • prefix + Ctrl-s: save.
  • prefix + Ctrl-r: restore.